Intergroup Dialogue Facilitation: Cultivating Practice Skills for Social Justice
Course Number: 63012
This course will provide social workers with tools and skills to bridge micro (individual issues) and macro (sociopolitical patterns of inequality) practice. At the core, social work is about working for social justice. As such, integrating the components of dialogue: critical consciousness, cultural competency, interpersonal communication skills, reflection, and action (praxis) into practice equips social workers with integral skills for recognizing the ways in which their clients individual lived experiences are impacted by systems of privilege and oppression. This course develops multicultural competency skills for social workers to engage with oppressed groups to address social injustice due to discrimination and oppression. Course engagement includes mini-lectures, videos, discussions of readings, in-class activities, role-play, and dialogic practice.
Clinical Concentration: All Clinical Classes
Social Administration: All Courses
Specialized Diversity Courses
LGBTQIA related courses
Transforming Justice Policies and Practices Program Course
Professors and Lecturers Who Teach This Course
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